The hundreds of farmers from Punjab and Haryana now heading for the nationwide capital as a part of their “Delhi Chalo” march in protest towards new central farm legal guidelines have discovered help from just a few pop singers.
The farmers who’ve been braving water cannons and tackling barricades arrange by authorities forces acquired the backing of Punjabi singers Diljit Dosanjh and Harbhajan Mann who’ve been tweeting their help over the previous many hours.
Diljit Dosanjh, an actor, songwriter, and tv presenter, yesterday tweeted many photographs of the protests and the police backlash.
Baba BHALI Karey ????????
ANG SANG SAHAI HOVE???????? pic.twitter.com/8w0lEgfC2J
— DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) November 26, 2020
Canadian-Indian actor and movie producer, Harbhajan Mann, too, posted a number of photographs of the continued march on Twitter, utilizing hashtags like #kisanandolan and #FarmersDilliChalo, even pinning one in all his tweets supporting the farmers to his timeline.
Kehrra Bann Maaru Yaaro, Vagdeyan Daraavan Nu !!
— Harbhajan Mann (@harbhajanmann) November 26, 2020
Farmers from a number of states, together with Punjab and Haryana, have been marching in direction of Delhi for the previous two days, confronted by the Haryana police, which has used varied forceful techniques to sluggish them down.
The farmers are protesting new legal guidelines handed by the Centre in Septembr. The Narendra Modi-led central authorities says these new legal guidelines will reform the agricultural sector by eradicating middlemen and enhancing farmers’ earnings by letting them promote their produce anyplace within the nation. The protesters and their backers, nonetheless, allege that these legal guidelines will deprive the farmers of assured minimal worth for his or her produce and depart them on the mercy of corporates.